Roosevelt Statue At Museum Of Natural History To Be RemovedThere's an update on the fate of a controversial statue of Theodore Roosevelt outside the American Museum of Natural History.
Battle Brewing Over Long Island Horse Farm That Provides Therapy For Disabled IndividualsThere's a battle over a horse farm on Long Island that provides therapy for disabled individuals. Some people have other ideas for the property; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Westchester County District Attorney Charges Off-Duty New Rochelle Cop With Misdemeanor Attempted AssaultA decision to charge an off-duty New Rochelle cop with misdemeanor attempted assault is opening a rift between the District Attorney's office and police unions. CBS2 has video of the incident at the center of the case; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Community Health Academy Of The Heights Overcomes Tough Odds With 90% Graduation RateIt's graduation season, and this year, students are thankful to celebrate their achievements in an almost-normal atmosphere. One public school in Washington Heights has overcome some tough odds and beat the average as they hand out their diplomas; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Essential Workers Monument Coming To Battery Park CityA new monument will soon honor the essential workers who served their communities during the pandemic.
New York City Police Force Getting Training To De-Escalate Situations Where Suspect Is Not Armed With A GunThe entire New York City police force is getting training to de-escalate situations where a suspect does not have a gun. That's the case in an estimated 40% of all police shootings; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Spring Valley Village Hall Raided By Police For InvestigationA town hall was raided in Rockland County on Wednesday.
Delta Variant Likely Cause Of Alarming New Spike In COVID-19 PandemicJust when much of the country is opening up, there's alarming evidence of a new spike in the pandemic. It's likely due to the highly contagious Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has more on who should be concerned.
Pedestrian Critically Hurt After Being Struck On Saw Mill River ParkwayA man is in critical condition after police say a car struck him in Westchester County.
Gov. Cuomo Pledges To Work Closely With Next Mayor Of New York CityWith ranked choice voting, we won't know who the Democratic candidate for mayor of New York City will be until next month; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has more on what's next.
NYPD Hosts Block Party In The Bronx After Frightening Shooting Involving 2 Innocent ChildrenWith gun violence on the rise, the NYPD hosted a block party to try to make a Bronx community feel safe. The family of two children who were used as shields during a shooting spoke at the event; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Harlem Globetrotters Petition NBA To Become League's 31st FranchiseThe Harlem Globetrotters have entertained basketball fans throughout the U.S. and around the world since their inception in 1926 and now, they want a chance to prove they're among the best teams in the world. Katie Johnston reports.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily COVID BriefingNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on COVID recovery, vaccine rollout and election results.
Greenwich Village Gay Liberation Sculpture CleanedAs we continue celebrating Pride month, work was done this morning to preserve a gay liberation monument.
Man Accused In Anti-Muslim Hate CrimesThe NYPD is searching for a man accused in two anti-Muslim attacks in Queens.
Search For Car In Stamford Hit-And-RunPolice in Stamford, Connecticut are searching for a car that may have been involved in hit-and-run.
NYC Residents Can Get COVID Vaccine At HomeAll New York City residents can now make an appointment for an at-home COVID shot at their convenience.
N.Y. COVID State Of Emergency Set To ExpireGov. Andrew Cuomo says he will not renew the order.
Fiancée Speaks Out After Father Of Two Killed In Inwood RobberyThe NYPD has been tasked with solving another brutal murder that was caught on camera, this time in the Inwood section of Manhattan. As CBS2's Chris Wragge reports, the video is tough to watch, but it’s tougher to listen to the victim’s fiancée and mother of his twin toddler boys.
Judge Strikes Down So-Called 'Diaphragm Law'A New York State Supreme Court judge has rejected a law that prohibited NYPD officers from putting pressure on a person's torso while making an arrest. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
NYC Primary: Adams Leads As Ranked Choice Votes Yet To Be TalliedNew York City mayoral results are still being counted, but most first-round votes are in. Eric Adams holds the lead with 32%, Maya Wiley moved into second place overnight with 22%, a slight advantage over Kathryn Garcia, who had 20%. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the latest.
NYC Offering In-Home COVID Vaccinations To All ResidentsIn an effort to make it easier for New Yorkers to get vaccinated, the city is coming to you.
Brad Lander Leads New York City Comptroller RaceWith 82% of precincts reporting, City Councilman Brad Lander leads Council Speaker Corey Johnson with 31% of the vote.
What's Next For Ranked Choice Voting?There are still a lot of questions about ranked choice voting and what it means for the next steps to name a winner. Political expert J.C. Polanco explains.